This is probably the first case in Singapore in which someone has been imprisoned for throwing a bicycle from a high-rise flat. Selamat Mohamed Ali, who worked as a butcher, was on Friday (30 June) sentenced to a jail term of nine weeks for hurling an ofo bicycle from the 15th storey of Block 11 of Upper Boon Keng Road. A second charge of dishonestly misappropriating a $300 ofo bicycle was taken into consideration during sentencing.
Singapore Cycling Federation officially announces its squad for the upcoming KL SEA Games.
To combat the recent onslaught of prominent bike-abuse incidents, bicycle-sharing firm ofo has introduced a wholly-new credit rating system that is designed to encourage positive user behaviour. It was reported that bicycles from bike-sharing firms had been deliberately thrown into canals and even from high-rise flats.
To this rider, e-scootering along the park connector must have been boring affairs. Otherwise, why would he be taking his adrenalin rush to the next (but insane) level by cruising along the Kallang-Paya Lebar Expressway (KPE) in the morning of last Friday (23 June)?
As part of its green initiatives and in support of the government’s call for a car-lite society, building services firm MCC Singapore has given each of its roughly 1,000 full-time employees a bicycle. MCC Singapore, which owns MCC Land, the developer of The Alps Residences condominium, invested about $250,000 into this corporate initiative. Safety gear and accessories, such as helmets and reflective shirts, are also provided.
Shimano unveils an all new lineup of Gravity and All-Mountain footwear and pedals at Fort William, developed in collaboration with the World Cup winning Atherton siblings, Dan, Gee, and Rachel.